Sail Man wrote:they gifted me a request to turn my genny (as opposed to a giny) off.
illy dilly wrote:Sail Man wrote:they gifted me a request to turn my genny (as opposed to a giny) off.
You couldn't turn you Giny off if you tried!
cephalopod wrote:Theres also the fact that we love to set up communal kitchens, but you need to have a permit to do so at BM. This doesnt work out cause one of the commonly held values is to never sign permits.
cephalopod wrote:For it to be a rainbow kitchen it would be serving to the public. At gatherings most kitchens are for and by everybody and all the food that the kitchens cook is donated by family that brings it in either from home or from town runs. In several of them if you have an idea of what to cook for the main circle meal you can just walk in and take over the kitchen for several hours.
cephalopod wrote:This is why Im not sure what a rainbow family theme camp would look like on the playa. A lot of what we do is either not allowed on the playa, or just not practical/possible. I'm sure wed have lots of awesome stuff going on, but it may or may not be an accurate representation of what we are all about to non-rainbow burners.
Come join us in the woods!
Simon of the Playa wrote:...but i wont talk about what i REALLY disliked about rainbow, because it would hurt some feelings, i'm afraid...
The main issue with doing what we call a kitchen at gatherings is that we would both insist on serving the general public and insist on not signing a permit.
Simon of the Playa wrote:Come join us in the woods!
i did...once....national in Allegheny.
i know from whence i speak...
i could on and on about the hare krishna recruiting, the intolerance towards alcohol and "straights" (i was wearing a pressed linen suit and white bucks and carrying a bottle of tequila, duh...) and the sheer lack or oversight as far as young children were concerned, not to mention the fouled water supply because some idiots dug slit trenches UP the hill from the stream and the god-awful night mare of no illumination thru a soggy slippery terrain during the evening combined with a holier than thou attitude of most of the "participants"= go fuck yourselves and your band of mud-encrusted thieves and forest urchins begging their way across the country...
but i wont talk about what i REALLY disliked about rainbow, because it would hurt some feelings, i'm afraid...
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